By Craig Pearson on February 6th, 2012 at 3:03 pm.
Alec’s gone to a quiet place, to wash away the emotional stress of trying to keep up with bundled up charitable independent games. He’s using the sound of the seagulls to drown out the buzzwords of “pay what you want”, and “donation”, while I man up in RPSes montage gym. I just did seven squats and fought a bear to a double-knockout, all cut to Total Eclipse of The Heart. Now I’m ready for you, Indie Gala 2.
Gala’s games are at least exclusive to their bundle. For donating up to $3.99 you’ll get 3D match 3 puzzler Critical Mass, co-op action game Bunch of Heroes, and puzzler Fortrix 2, along with various albums. Prove yourself to have pockets full of doubloons and the ability to translate them into a more meaningful, modern currency then the you can get Turn-based strategy Greed Corp and physicsy actioner Roboblitz for a donation of up to $6.99.
Those of you with pockets made of gold to keep your rubies made out of diamonds should probably consider a donation of 1/200th of a fake diamond ruby. Over $6.99 means you’ll happily receive sci-fi racing game inMomentum, Zombie Shooters 1 and 2, Hacker Evolution: Duality and Hacker Evolution: Untold, Drawing puzzle game All Your Doodles Are Bugged!, and a pile of unrelated albums.
11 games, redeemable on Steam, and seven albums for a slice of your disposable income? What say you?
EDIT: there’s a chance this could end today, or there’s also the chance it could end when 50’000 bundles are sold. Get in fast.